British interdisciplinary artist and musician Martin Creed's lastest piece, titled Understanding (as you might guess), is inspired by neon signs, Times Square marquees, and advertising logos. But instead of selling a product, Creed is proclaiming a word that is "fundamental to communication between people." These ten–foot–tall letters are mounted on a fifty–foot–long steel I–beam, and rotate 360 degrees, "constantly shifting perspective on the work." The letters spin at differing speeds according to a computerized program designed by the artist. Understanding is at Pier 6 at Brooklyn Bridge Park through October 23, 2016.